Friday, August 31, 2007

Sabah Museum aims to attract more visitors

KOTA KINABALU: The skeletal remains of a 24m Bryde’s whale has been put on display at Sabah Museum.

The exhibit is now the biggest display at the museum.

The remains of the whale were preserved after the mammal, dubbed by locals as lulambu, was found beached off Pulau Gaya near here last December.

“The exhibit is among the museum’s special displays,” Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Yahya Hussin said after launching the 50th Merdeka celebrations and 61st birthday exhibition of Yang DiPertua Negri Tun Ahmad Shah Abdullah on Monday.

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